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HE: Vocab Unit 8

Honors English Freshman Year

decrepit infirm, broken down, rickety, dilapidated
consecrate to devote, dedicate; to sanctify
ingenuous naive, artless, guileless, candid
multifarious varied, manifold, heterogenous
commend to praise, pat on the back; to entrust, applaud
apprehensive worried, nervous, fretful, jittery
reprisal retaliation, revenge, retribution
condolance commiseration, solace, sympathy
suave sophisticated, urbane, polished
apathy indifference, disinterest, detachment
parsimonious frugal, penny-pinching, "cheap"
stultify to smother, stifle; to neutralize, negate
omnivorous all-devouring, vocarious
revel to relish, savor, bask in; to carouse
quandary confusion; a dilemma, predicament
recalcitrant unruly, obstinate, contrary, ornery
animosity enmity, rancor, antipathy
obsolete outmoded, antiquated, passe, "old hat"
deride to mock, scorn, disparage, jeer at
compatible harmonious, in agreement, like-minded
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